Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Havertz to become most expensive German player

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Havertz to become most expensive German player

Thiago Silva waiting to decide next step

Paris Saint-Germain defender Thiago Silva says he has shelved thoughts about where he’ll be playing next season.

“I told my agent to leave me alone so I can think about the Champions League Final. Afterwards, we can talk and make the right decision about my future,” Silva told Sky Sports.

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Havertz to become most expensive German player

Griezmann and Dembele not for sale – Bartomeu

Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu has declared Ousmane Dembele and Antoine Griezmann won’t be transfered this summer.

Both players have previously been linked with potential moves away from the club after disappointing seasons but Bartomeu included the duo among a list of players he deems non-transferable.

Havertz to become most expensive German player as Chelsea close in on deal

The Blues may finally be getting their man but he won’t be coming cheap

Chelsea are set to seal a deal with Bayer Leverkusen for Kai Havertz, claims Sport BILD.

Should a move be agreed, the 21-year-old will reportedly become the most expensive German player of all time.

Lazio circling for Felipe Anderson

West Ham’s Felipe Anderson has emerged as a target for Lazio, according to the Daily Star.

David Moyes’ side are open the selling the attacker with Lazio keen on Anderson again after missing out on David Silva.

Napoli want Man City to buy £60m Koulibaly

Napoli have ‘invited’ Manchester City to sign defender Kalidou Koulibaly, claims the Mirror.

The Italians are ready to cash in on the 29-year-old and are set to demand £60 million (€66m/$79m).

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Havertz to become most expensive German player

Southampton chasing £10m Nunez

Southampton have submitted a £10 million bid for Almeria striker Darwin Nunez, according to The Sun.

Sheffield United and Brighton are also interested in the Uruguayuan, with Almeria now expected to use that interest to leverage for a higher transfer fee.

Three clubs vying for Messi

The Argentine’s salary will make any transfer complicated

Inter, Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain are all considering moves for Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi, reports Tutto Mercato Web.

The chances of Messi leaving Camp Nou have reportedly gone from zero to 30 per cent over the past few days with only three clubs in a genuine position to try and sign the Argentine.

Both Man City and PSG are deemed more likely to launch a successful bid, but will struggle to accomodate his €50 million-a-year salary.

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